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Save a lifesaver

  MYSTERIOUSLY, three doctors in Russia fell to their deaths from a window. “Not part of a sinister plot,” said a colleague, suggesting it was likely a case of extreme exhaustion or depression. (Russia is second to America in the coronavirus toll.) In New York City, a pretty 40-year-old emergency-room doctor committed suicide by “injuring […]

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Our continuing hope for our rice industry

  BECAUSE of the ongoing COVID-19 emergency, the government has communicated with Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar, India, and Cambodia, for the purchase of 300,000 metric tons of rice to boost its stocks ahead of the coming lean months of July, August, and September, Secretary of Agriculture William Dar said Monday. The importation is an emergency measure […]

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Realize that it hated me first

  Gospel: Jn 15:18-21 * JESUS said to his disciples: “If the world hates you, realize that it hated me first. If you belonged to the world, the world would love its own; but because you do not belong to the world, and I have chosen you out of the world, the world hates you. […]

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Casual sex

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Casual sex

  Hello Doc Rica, I’m thinking of having casual sex pagkatapos ng ECQ. Pero totoo po ba na hindi puwedeng makipag sex without feelings? Ayoko pong mainlove. Scared to Fall   Hello Scared to Fall, To answer your question, I will share with you a note that I just wrote: Sex isn’t just a function […]

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NTC’s unpopular moves

  ON May 5, 2020, in a stroke of bravado, National Telecommunications Commission issued a cease and desist order, even without show cause order, against the giant ABS-CBN, effectively padlocking the network and stopping its broadcast operations on the AM-FM platform. The move took place at a time when other knotty concerns have added confusion […]

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A P1.5-trillion bill for COVID recovery

  THE COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing government lockdowns in Metro Manila and elsewhere in the country have had tremendous impact on the country’s economic development and progress. At the start of this year, the country was out to make up for the previous year’s budget delay, with Congress approving early in January a P4.1-trilllion […]

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